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monoxide coming from? this is christy's apartment up here. in the grau below, something had left their parked car inside, running for several hours. >> so basically i was laying in a death trap. >> reporter: christy said she never heard the detector go off, so after leaving the hospital, that's the first thing she went out to buy. >> one, i'm so appreciative that i'm alive, and she's alive. and i feel so lucky that i can tell my family how much i love them. >> reporter: in germantown, maryland, erika gonzalez, news4. >>> and a ground-breaking surgery is giving a wounded war i don't a second chance. coming up, what this veteran plans to do after his double-arm transplant. >>> and we'll tell you why a local woman credits some friends she's never met for helping her meet her weight-loss goal. (vo) they were married for... 53 years. she was his everything. he can't live alone anymore. but we don't have the room. so, we talked to suntrust... looked at our options... remodeled... for family, you make it work. he taught me that. (anncr) join the thousands of people switching to suntrust
but thank you. marshy rukman and christie cook and sarah chew so these are site administrators, clerks, former teacher who is all weigh in about what they think the celebration should look like. to read the resolution i want to turn to our fearless leader over here, candace lee who has lead this committee in developing the resolution and the two events. >> good evening. in celebration of sfusd's early education department's 70th anniversary whereas sfusd early education department's preschool programs were established in 1943 by president franklin eleanor roosevelt work projects administration to provide the city's families with care and education for preschool age children during world war ii. whereas eed began with four sites. today eed has grown to 43 sites that serve over 4,000 students including infants, toddlers, preschool opportunities, transitional kindergarten, other students and tk as well as fifth grade students during non school hours. over 90% receive completely free or subsidized care based on their family income and more than 75% of families served a language other t
christie is running for reelection but it's difficult to tell whether he is running as a democrat or republican. we have the bromance over hurricane sandy and he wants to raise the minimum rage where the unemployment rate is much higher is much higher than the national average. so a big miss for the but go guy. >> a hit to our colleagues in the media who are faurlg calling al gore on his hypocrisy. i think he expected the loving attention from various tv networks and instead, a lot of anchors and hosts were asking him how he could sell current tv to big oil, al-jazeera and that network that has lauded and celebrated terrorists to boot. good for the media. >> paul: mark it down, freeman praises media. a press release. [ laughter ] >> paul: if you have your own hit or miss, send it to us. that is it for this week's show. thanks to my panel and all of you watching. i'm paul gigot. hope to see you right here next week. >> jon: on fox news watch. >> i think hillary will go down as one of finest secretaries of state we've had. >> jon: did abc squander time with the president and possibl
gun control just dropped about 15 points. >> new jersey governor chris christie is running for reelection but it's difficult to tell whether he is running as a democrat or republican. we have the bromance over hurricane sandy and he wants to raise the minimum rage where the unemployment rate is much higher is much higher than the national average. so a big miss for the but go guy. >> a hit to our colleagues in the media who are faurlg calling al gore on his hypocrisy. i think he expected the loving attention from various tv networks and instead, a lot of anchors and hosts were asking him how he could sell current tv to big oil, al-jazeera and that network that has lauded and celebrated terrorists to boot. good for the media. >> paul: mark it down, freeman praises media. a press release. [ laughter ] >> paul: if you have your own hit or miss, send it to us. that is it for this week's show.
this week. >>> former n bashgs play and her pepperdine alum doug christy as the played host to usf. seconds half tied at 68. comes up with a steal. he draws the foul. converts on the reverse layup. had 13. usf scored 51 points in the second half. two of his game high 27. impressive road win for the don as they snapped two-game losing streak and beat pepperdine 86 to 78. how about the third round of the phoenix almost 180 thousand fans in attendance watched phil mickelson. shot on 16. par three. look at this thing of beauty from 174 yards, 2 feet from the hole. he would tab the put in for bier di and at that point he was 22 under. mickelson shot a 64, finished the round 24 under. takes a six-stroke lead in tomorrow's final round. he last won this tournament in 2005. it is time to play some football. live in new orleans and let's go back to you. >> so, dennis, you do think we're going to win tomorrow; you just don't think it's going to be a blowout right. >> yeah. thank you for clearing that up, ann. my twitter was going to blow up. thank you so much. i owe you one. >> all right. thanks. we'l
, ladies. nice to see you. excited? >> we are so excited! >> let's start with christie, raise your hand. you are in your second year. you are a middle school teacher. how do you balance your teaching obligations with your fun on the field with the 49ers? >> we have a really great schedule because we have girls from all over northern california and southern california, we practice saturdays as a team but it leaves the rest of the week open for full-time careers so it works out great and i'm able to incorporate everything into my job, my students and the family love the 49ers and they love seeing me as a role model as the school. >> kristine, a veteran third year. what do you think about the courtney, the baltimore raven cheer leader who was thrown off the squad or not allowed to come to the super bowl because she was about two points overweight? >> you know, i'm just so excited that we got to be here and i know that they have a really large team and they have their own selection criteria and we are fully supportive of their decision. >> you guys don't have the big issues like big brother
's not that implausible when you think about new jersey's republican party. to be honest, if chris christie took him under his wing, he might actually have a chance. the only kind of conservative ideas he has really come on national security issues and debt and deficit, apparently. but new jersey's republican party is much different. think scott brown, massachusetts, to some extent. he might be able to win in new jersey, but certainly doesn't fit in in the u.s. senate. but maybe the first senator to have a chair thrown at him on the floor because the climate relationships are going in that direction, howie. >> what is it -- >> he's a great guy, by the way. i love geraldo. >> i like him on his radio show. is he a plausible politician? on that point, what it with talk show hosts because he's hardly the first one who have pretty successful careers and then they get the bug and muse on the air about wanting to run for high, political office? >> i think that they see, you know, how easy it is and how doing a talk show. you show up, you recite talking points and you yell at your colleagues and the audience and
christie was governor, there was a nice little cocktail party for him and a bunch of new yorkers went to him. >> what do you make of this? what about better infrastructure in the wake of hurricane sandy. it has become such micromanaging that they have lost the big picture? >> know, we've had too many professional politicians. what i want to do is give a business people. people with a vision. >> they don't want to go through that whole rigmarole. liz: okay, john, thank you so much it's so good to be with you. are you running for mayor? okay, as a republican, thank you so much, sir. next up, who is getting crunched? crunched? that's up next, don't go at a dry cleaner, crunched? that's up next, don't go we replaced people with a machine. what? customers didn't like it. so why do banks do it? hello? hello?! if your bank doesn't let you talk to a real person 24/7, you need an ally. hello? ally bank. your money needs an ally. [ dog barks ] ♪ ♪ [ male announcer ] something powerful is coming. ♪ see it in the fourth quarter. ♪ liz: what downfall? everyone is focusing on apple's stock
in a hypothetical 2016 match up in texas against former governor marco rup owe, chris christie. when you consider the latino population, could it turn texas blue in 2016 if she runs? >> i'm skeptical about this. it is a left-leaning poll, but what president obama did in 2008 and 2012 amaomoly and i'm not sure a traditional candidate could do something like that. not that it's not possible, but a very uphill battle. i suspect that 2016 will look a lot like 2000, 2004, in terms of traditional states being blue and red. that will go back to the rhythm. >> doug, a senior adviser, would you not commit last week, i'm told, because i was off and i was like -- told all about this. does this poll make you want to jump in? >> i think it's too early for anybody to jump in. but i think -- i think this is the new normal. barack obama was a historical transformational candidate. created a lot of excitement, and brought a lot of people to the polls, but with demographic and political changes happening. it is unheard things like texas being a more puff pell or blue state is a definite possibility. >> i want to q
to happen. >> heather: let's bring our political panel. trey hardin and christy, former spokesperson for howard dean. thank you both for joining us. trey, i'll start with you, is this 911 statement a preview of what we can expect when panetta testifies? >> throwing the intelligence community under the bus is nothing new to washington, it's not a partisan issue either. the dance has been done by republican and democratic white houses alike as in the movie, the potomac two step. the intelligence community it's convenient to blame them. they are a faceless players in this because by the very nature they are not allowed to speak to the media or respond to the criticism. as for panetta and the hearing, until there is a specific evidence against one of the players, i don't think his testimony will be anything different than hillary clinton's was. >> i could not agree with more. in terms of what we're going to hear from panetta, he will say the same thing from hillary clinton. essentially the same answers that he has already given in many interviews over how many months since the benghazi a
on hometown races first and that's what new jersey governor chris christie about to do. tomorrow he'll kick off a campaign with a dinner reception. top ticket price? $50,000. you and a guest will get a photo with the governor as well. let's go to the political playground for more. in addition to the fancy re-election dinner tomorrow, he will make his first appearance on "late night with david letterman." must see tv with the equally outspoken governor and late night host. if you thought former massachusetts congressman barney frank was disappointed about not being picked as interim senator from massachusetts, think again. frank, yesterday he made a stage appearance on "fiorello." barney frank playing a conservative senator. that's acting. >>> singer kelly clarkson more worried about her wedding than the funny thing that happened to her at inauguration. bill clinton photo bombed her. she said she finds the look on his face and the fact that someone caught him pretty funny. >>> up next, the latest on the murder of a former u.s. navy s.e.a.l. at a texas gun range. details about who he was and
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